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    April 21, 2013
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an attempted robbery turns violent overnight when a man is shot. we'll tell you what we are learning about his condition coming up. plus, the latest on the 19- year-old boston bombing suspect. his condition at the hospital this morning and what is preventing him from talking to authorities. and going back home for the first time. what residents of that texas town devastated by a massive explosion are saying this morning about what is next. >> complete bay area news coverage starts right now. this is ktvu mornings on 2.
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>> good morning, welcome to mornings on 2. it is sunday, april 21. >> another warm day shaping up here in the bay area. so let's go straight to rose rosemary. >> it will be warming, maybe 15 degrees above the seasonal norm as we get into the afternoon. this morning we are mostly clear. ha few patches of fog along the coast. that's about it. cool conditions out there. widespread 40s to mid 50s outside right now. but, i do expect anywhere from 3 to 6 degrees of warming for yesterday's highs and in the extended forecast come the hottest days. i'll show you that forecast. i'll show you the numbers for today coming up. and we begin with an overnight shooting at a south bay bar. it happened around 2:00 this morning in the parking lot of the fiesta nightclub on monterey highway. officers are investigating the possibility an argument inside the establishment spilled outside as the club was closing.
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the gunman drove up and fired several rounds into the victim's car. there were five people in that vehicle. police say it's amazing nobody was hit. the victims were able to drive a short distance away and call for help. there are no suspects or arrests at this time. new this morning, a man has been rushed to the hospital after another overnight shooting in san jose. it happened early this morning near stowe avenue. police have not released information on the circumstances of that shooting. the man's condition is not known. also new this morning, a man is recovering after being shot in a robbery attempt in oakland's rock ridge neighborhood. ktvu channel 2 report, alex savage is live to explain what happened and what led to the shots being fired near college avenue. alex. >> well, good morning,eric. this is certainly an unsettling crime for people who live here in the rock ridge area. a lot of people we talked to describe this as a safe neighborhood and the kind of neorhood where people do a lot of walking. often, it's to and from college avenue where all the shops and
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restaurants are. it's a block up from where we are this morning. a man and woman walking along the 5300 block of manilla avenue. oakland police say someone with a gun tried to rob the pair. for some reason, that person opened fire on the man hitting him in the left shoulder. that robbery victim, potential robbery victim was rushed to the hospital, but is expected to survive from that gun shot wound. the shooter took off and didn't end up stealing anything from the two. now a short time ago, we caught up with the man who lives in this area as he was walking to work and he told me this kind of violent crime is unusual in the rock ridge area, but not unheard of. >> it's a nice neighborhood and even though it's a nice neighborhood, you have to be careful. there's always that thing out there and walking to work, i always watch out. it happens every once in a while around here. it is upsetting, but it happens. be careful. >> so far, oakland police
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haven't put out a description of the shooter they are searching for. i have reached out to a department spokeswoman. i am hoping to hear back and gather more details on this crime that took place last night. one of the questions here, one of the things we are trying to find out and understand is exactly why this shooter opened fire on that robbery victim last night. live this morning in oakland, ktvu channel 2 news. >> now to our continuing coverage of the boston marathon bombings. this morning the accused killer, dzhozkar tsarnaev, remains in the hospital in serious, but stannel condition. he's heavily se dadded with a tube down his throat, unable to speak. when he's able to talk and be interrogated, his uncle hopes he'll come clean. >> i am relieved that he is alive, first of all, for there's a chance to find out who was behind this.
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and how he could get involved. >> cnn reports that tsarnaev will face federal terrorism charges and face state murder charges. some lawmakers want him declared an enemy combatant. massachusetts governor says it's time to look forward. >> we, as a boston and a commonwealth community are going to rebound and rebuild. >> investigators are still looking into the background of the older brother, tamerlan, and his possible links to militant islamists. whether the brothers received operational plans from a militant group in the chechnya area. we'll have more on that coming up at 7:35. now for more on the boston bombings, you can go to our website where we have a special section on details. go to ktvu.com for our continuing coverage online. plus, later in this newscast.
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infrared images of dzhokhar is coming up at 7:31. how these black and white pictures kept police safe. as the bombing suspect lies in a hospital bed. a legal debate is brewing over the charges they should file against him. katie is live to explain what those charges may be. >> as you mentioned, justice department officials told cnn dzhokhar tsarnaev is facing federal terrorism charges and state murder charges. preliminary hearing could happen in the next 30 days. a lot hinges on when the suspect is well enough to speak. investigators are eager for him to talk so they can find out who planned the attack. tsarnaev will likely be appointed a federal public defender. for now, the justice department is invoking something known as a public safety exception. this rule is used to question terrorism suspects without reading them miranda rights. the rule was created to question terrorists about other
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potential threats. senator carl leven says so far there's no connection between the suspect and terrorist groups. leven said to hold him under these circumstances would be contrary to our laws and jeopardize our effort to prosecute him. during interviews before suspects are read their rights is often not admissible during the trial. the issue on miranda rights is further complicated because the u.s. is a u.s. citizen. many of the rules cannot be used on americans. live in the newsroom, katie utehs. ktvu news. people are in texas are being allowed in their homes. curfew is still in effect and there is limited water and electricity. many are still trying to learn the condition of family and friends hurt in the explosion. >> it's really hectic, but we are patient because we know the extent of damage on the other
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side. and we got friends and family that we don't know about over there. >> 14 people died in the fertilizer plant explosion, including 11 emergency responders. 200 more were injured. this weekend, texas is also remembering the deadly raid on the branch compound in waco. 76 people died in a fire twenty years ago following a raid on the compound. waco and west, texas, are twenty miles apart. we'll have a look at the events that led up to the attack on a second look tonight after the 10:00 news on ktvu. new this morning, power has been restored to more than 1600 pg&e customers left in the dark by on outage. 1,657 customers lost power around 3:30 this morning when a wire went down. power was restored about an hour later and pg&e is looking into the cause of the outage. also, new this morning we are just getting reports into our newsroom of a shooting in san francisco. firefighters responded to
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reports of a person suffering from gun shot wounds on evan's avenue. the call came in 30 minutes ago. that person was taken to sf general. we have a call into police and we'll bring you the latest information as we get it. >> and talk about weather, it has been picture perfect and we're going to keep it rolling. >> sounds good. let's go to rosemary for a look at how warm things are going to get and it was really nice yesterday. >> it was nice in most areas. it's going to be toasty for our inland areas. tomorrow will be the warmest day. today we are going to edge those numbers up by a few degrees. this morning, a cool start. and we do have a bit of patchy fog out there. giving you a live look over the bay area. looking with a marine layer of 500 feet. so, it's very, very shallow and the sun is already shining. it's not going to stick around for too long. we'll have mostly sun gnu sunny skies for most of the
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day. a light breeze coming in from north, northeast. we have a northwest breeze in santa rosa. calm in fairfield right now where it is still gusty off the coast and in some of our hills. gusting to 45 miles per hour. we still have that northerly flow in place and it's going to be locked in place for today, which means those down sloping areas that received the down sloping winds, i should say, could be a little bit warm for the afternoon. i'm talking areas in the north bay. 42 degrees right now in napa. a chilly start for you. 44 in santa rosa. slightly cooler than where we started yesterday morning. 62 already in antioch. a nice, big turn around already this morning. antioch was in the mid 50s an hour ago. 50 in oakland. 52 sfo. a cool 48 degrees over half- moon bay. foster city 48 for you. palo alto 48. one last stop down in sunny vail. checking in at 49 degrees. actually a nice morning to get
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out, start that morning bike ride or the morning jog. by the afternoon, it's going to be sunny. it's going to be warm. we get rid of that patchy fog along the coastline. temperatures will warm well into the 60s and our inland areas into the 80s. mid to upper 80s. take a look around. we'll start in the north bay. 86 for you. 85 for samona. 81 for san rafael. 76 if you are going down by the water. 79 for oakland. in the inland east bay. we're looking at 86 for you. 88 in liver more. 88 for brentwood. some of the hotter spots getting closer to 90 degrees. 86 san jose. santa cruz, nice and warm this afternoon. 81 degrees expected for you. 83 for sunny vale. 81 redwood city. 74 in san francisco. upper 60s to near 70 degrees.
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daily city, pacifica. the extended forecast, tomorrow, some of us expected to hit 90 degrees. some of us flirting with hitting a record. well above average. tuesday near the same, may see a tad bit of cooling. maybe some fog reentering the picture along the coastline. wednesday and thursday a better drop in the temperatures. widespread upper 70s to 80 degrees by thursday afternoon. if you're going to see the giants play today, it's going to be a nice one. i'll have that forecast coming up. >> really a different world to our east. an avalanche killed five snowboarders in colorado. the conditions on the mountains putting avalanche danger at a 30-year high. plus, justice for the massacre victim. what may keep the suspect from claiming insanity. and let's take a look outside at traffic this morning. this is the mckarr mcarthur maze. a few cars out there right now. clear sailing, no problems.
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as rosemary mentioned, it's shaping up to be a nice day. it's 7:12.
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isn't that a beautiful shot? we have the golden sunshine off the bay this morning. our warming trend continues for your sunday afternoon. five snowboarders have died in colorado's deadliest avalanche in five years. it happened yesterday afternoon near loveland pass. authorities say six snowboarders were on the almost 12,000 foot high pass when all of a sudden the snow gave way. >> they triggered a slide. at least one of them was able to bail off to the side and partially buried. he was able to get himself out and call for help. >> authorities say the avalanche was 600 feet wide and 8 feet deep.
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right now authorities say the avalanche danger in colorado is at a 30 year high due to a lack of snow. the death toll is climbing this morning from a devastating 6.6 earthquake in china. officials say the quake left at least 180 people dead and more than 11,000 injured. tens of thousands spent the night in tents and cars as aftershocks continued to rock that region. the quake triggered landslides that cut off roads and disrupted communications in the mountainous county. protests continue in india over the reported rape and torture of a five-year-old girl. people being surrounded near the police station yesterday following the arrest of a 24- year-old man for the crime. the girl's father says she had been taken by a neighbor and held captive in his apartment for two days. the protests come after allegations the police did not properly handle the case. police did not follow up when they reported the girl missing as officers offered them money to go away. this morning, defense secretary
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is in israel for the first stop of his week-long mideast trip. it's his first mideast visit as defense secretary. he will talk about serious civil war and the nuclear program. he will talk about u.s. arms deal with israel. this morning israel and the u.s. are both focused on preventing iran from getting a nuclear weapon. and john kerry is wrapping up a trip to istanbul. to push ahead with mideast peace efforts. he also announced a new $100 million aid package that will assist fighters. secretary kerry says the additional money will double the nonlethal assistance to syrian opposition. it will increase aid. secretary kerry says the situation in syria is at a critical moment and the bloodshed needs to stop. the united nations estimates the fighting killed more than 70,000 people and they are asking the syrian president to
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step down. more than a decade after the september 11 attack on the world trade . crews started sifting through the debris at the beginning of the month. since then, more than two dozen human remains have been found. more than 2700 people died at the world trade center on september 11, 2001, but only 1600 people have been identified so far. north carolina's governor ordered flags being flown at half staff in honor of seven marines that died. a memorial service will be held tuesday. the announcement is reversal from the governor's initial decision to not lower the flags. he originally said there was no precedent for lowering flags for tragic military accidents. prosecutors in the movie theater massacre hope to use his own words against him.
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he faces 166 counts stemming from last july's mass shooting. 12 people were killed and 70 otherrings injured. prosecutors are building a death penalty case against him. they want to use jailhouse video and audio recordings to establish his state of mind and disprove any insanity claims. he is scheduled to go to trial next february. police are searching for two people who opened fire at a marijuana festival in denver. three people were hurt, but are expected to survive. if you check out this video, the chaos erupted as tens and thousands of people started running from that denver park where that festival was being held. you heard those shots and really just saw this aftermath. as many as 80,000 people were expected at that event, marking the date, 4/20 and the passage of laws legalizing marijuana in colorado and washington state. >> there was a lot of people running. lots of people had different
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ideas of what was happening. some people were yelling explosion. some people were yelling gun shots. >> police are asking festival goers for the pictures and videos. two bay area lawmakers say they are not giving up on gun control. >> i think wednesday in washington, d.c. essentially was a betrayal of the american people with what went down. >> it's the first -- >> representative anna eshoo and mike thompson held a town hall meeting yesterday in palo alto. people on both sides of that debate showed up. thompson's bill will require extensive background checks, something that not everyone agreed with. >> if i want to protect myself with a firearm, there are so many things in the way for me to be able to protect myself. >> newtown lit a fire under americans. i don't think anyone is going
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to give up. >> at meeting, thompson said it will be john boehner to decide if the issue of gun control will be taken up in the house. mark kelly is expected to talk today. kelly is the former commander of the space shuttle endeavor's last mission. you may know, he became a gun control advocate after his wife, former arizona representative, gabrielle giffords was injured in tucson. the convention of the community colleges is being held at san francisco. >> on to sports now. the golden state warriors are crossing their fingers they won't lose one of their best players. the warriors lost to the denver nuggets in a heartbreaker yesterday. 97-95 in the first game of the opening round of the playoffs. tied the game with a three pointer, but andre miller won the game at the last second with a drive to the basket. >> we fought hard to the end. one big play by andre miller changed the game, so we feel
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good about where we are going into the game two. >> here's the part they are concerned about. david lee went down with a hip injury. looked nasty. he will have an mri today. >> ouch, looks painful. 7:21, a sick little boy is taking on a lot more than his own disease. >> his brave request when given a chance to make a wish. our warming trend continues for your sunday afternoon. some of us closing in on just about near 90. i'll show you where we're looking at the hottest spots and how long this trend is going to last coming up.
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for one day, a six-year-old -- he has sickle cell disease. recently the make a wish foundation reached out to
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darias said if his greatest wish was granted, he wanted to be a police officer. with the help of the phoenix police department, darias became an officer for the day, riding in a helicopter and learning how to arrest people. his mother says his experience is inspiring him to keep fighting. >> he might pay attention more to drinking his water, taking care of his health so he can volunteer, you never know. anything could happen. he might be able to be one. >> the day ended at a mock crime scene where darias arrested people who kidnapped his brother. target stores are giving away more than 1 million free reusable bags for earth day. the bags will be filled with $40 worth of products and 250,000 of those bags will have samples of earth friendly products inside. tomorrow, a plastic bag ban begins in pacifica under the reusable bag ordinance. retailers will no longer provide customers with plastic bags. the ban does not apply to
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restaurant takeout orders or bags for produce and meat. they will be charged 10 cents per paper bag. that's until january 1. after that, the charge could increase to 25 cents. beautiful day today. and it looks like it might get warmer. let's check in with rose mary. >> we have this trend that will continue into the first half of the week. let's look at that giants forecast. do you have an open seat waiting for you? a very weak on shore breeze. in fact, at game time it should be fairly calm. 7 it degrees under mostly sunny skies. it will feel warm out there. the sea breeze will return in the latter half of the day, but i do expect it's going to be very, very weak and not going to really bring us any relief for those areas that are going to heat up inland today. 79 for oakland. 83 in fremont. 86 san jose. so actually pretty comfortable around the bay. as you head inland, take a look
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at antioch, fairfield, you're included as well. get into the north bay, 86 for santa rosa. 85 for napa and the heatup will continue into monday. monday looks to be the hottest day, nearing 90 degrees. expected to hit it in some of those hotter spots. liver more, napa, antioch, brentwood, getting to 90 degrees. we will begin a slight little cooldown on tuesday. wednesday looks to be the better bet and thursday looks to be the coolest day of the next several days. widespread mid to upper 70s for thursday afternoon. if you're getting outdoors early this morning. i will have a look at your current temperatures coming up. >> thanks, rosemary. >> march nonrunners race through the streets of that city. how boston was remembered by those running and how officials eased safety concerns. and investigators search for a motive in the boston bombings. what the uncle is saying about which of the brothers was likely in charge.
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more arrests made in boston. pictures from police taken moments after the bombing suspect was found hiding inside a boat. good morning and welcome back to mornings on 2. i'm claudine wong. >> runners held a moment of silence for those killed and
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injured. many runners wore black ribbons as a tribute throughout the race. race organizers are donating $100,000 to one fund boston, the relief effort set up by the state of massachusetts. >> very proud the other runners from the united states running here and i think it will be an emotional time for me as well. >> several hundred additional police officers provided security for the event. officials say participation was down this year due to concerns about safety. and back in massachusetts, questions remain over whether the boston bombings were part of a larger conspiracy. yesterday federal agents arrested two foreign nationals on immigration violation in the city of new bedford. that's an hour outside of boston and where dzhokhar tsarnaev once lived. >> he's a nice kid, talked to me last year. came over, played video games with the guys. >> homeland security detained
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three people in new bedford on friday. they were questioned and later released. family and friends remembered an m.i.t. police officer killed after the boston marathon bombings with a candle light vigil. hundreds of people, including law enforcement officers turned out for the vigil in wilmington, massachusetts. collier was shot multiple times thursday night as the bombing suspects tried to avoid capture. he was just 26 years old. [ ♪ at the twilights last gleaming ♪ >> emotions were high as the red sox took to the field. first responders took part in a special pregame ceremony to remember the victims and the heros of the week's events. the team wore their white jerseys with the word, boston, on the front. those are going to be auctioned
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off. as you know, these were the first pictures we got of the brothers accused in these bombings. pictures that started a massive man hunt. we have new pictures of how that man hunt ended. police released these infrared images. they allowed officers to see through the tarp that covered the boat where 19-year-old dzhokhar tsarnaev was hiding. officers fired warning shots and because there were fears of explosives, a special police vehicle went in to remove a tarp. police eventually fired a flash bag grenade to stun him, and walking out of the boat and getting arrested. he was bleeding with gun shot wounds to the leg and the neck and cbs is reporting the investigators are trying to figure out if the neck round was an attempt to commit suicide. the uncle of the suspect says the older brother, tamerlan, likely convinced his younger brother to take part in the boston marathon apack. while the feds investigate foreign terror links, the uncle
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believes the older brother was radicalized by local. a night on the town nearly took the lives of a couple in the east bay. alex savage is life in oakland. >> it turned into a shooting and it happened just a block off college avenue. busy college avenue, which is up that way from us. here on the 5300 block of manilla avenue. they feel safe walking around this neighborhood. it's the kind of place where people watch out for each other and they have a strong neighborhood watch association. it was last night around 9:30 when a holdup turned violent. one of the victims was shot. someone tried to rob a man and woman at gunpoint and for whatever reason, that armed robber opened fire on the man, hitting him in the left shoulder. he was rushed to the hospital, but we understand he is in stable condition and is expected to survive.
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for people who live in this part of oakland, this violent crime is very unsettling and one man i talked to said you always have to stay aware. >> that's usually what happens. we used to serve dinner, but it gets dangerous around here at night because people aren't aware and they get caught offguard and that's a bad thing. >> police say the shooter in this case took off and didn't end up stealing anything from the pair. so far, oakland police haven't put out a description of the person they are searching for this morning in connection with this crime. but i have reached out to a department spokeswoman. we are hoping to hear back at some point later on this morning. as soon as we learn details, we'll pass those along to you. live in oakland, ktvu channel 2 news. there is one less law enforcement agency patrolling. a deputy was shot in the foot while making a traffic stop last month in oakland.
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the two sides disagreed over who should pay future worker's compensations cases. >> it's a risky job and they need to be medically covered for events just like this. >> the deputies targeted high crime areas, helping police handle drunk driving, traffic stops, and prostitution. oakland says the chp will help the patrols. little league games will return tomorrow. parents and little league officials made the decision to resume the game yesterday. the incident happened on wednesday during a t-ball game. the parent of a player got into an argument with another man and shots were fired in the parking lot. luckily, no one was hurt. according to the harold, the family involved in that shooting has withdrawn from the league. a landmark east bay movie theater will play its final film tonight. opened in pleasant hill in 1967. developers plan to replace it with a sporting goods store.
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a hearing is set for next month. the developers gotten a permit to tear it down. the sporting goods store is expected to open at that location in ten months. after years of pink slips, more teaching jobs could be opening up in samona county. more than 36% of the county's teachers are near retirement age. the school district also has more money because of proposition 30. and that combination could mean more job openings in the future. yesterday, samona state university held it first job fair for teachers in more than a decade and more than 100 people attended. the dmv is asking for the public's opinion on driverless cars. google has been testing the vehicles on bay area roads for several years. you have probably seen them out there. the cars are expected to become available to the public and the dmv is trying to decide how best to regulate them when that happens. the new cars raise questions for the dmv, such as who is at fault if the driverless car gets into an accident. the ac transit board of directors will consider holding
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off on a fare increase this was supposed to take effect this summer. fares were expected to go up on july 1, but the board now thinks a fare increase could result in a small drop in ridership. the board is scheduled to meet this wednesday. after a year of construction, the new river bike trail in san jose is ready for bike riders. the 6.7-mile trail officially opened yesterday. it runs from virginia street in san jose out. the $3 million project was paid for by federal funds. >> three people are facing dui charges after being arrested at a check point in santa rosa. two check points were set up last night. another at college avenue. police say more than 500 cars went through last night's check points. it's the fifth of many dui check points that will be conducted throughout the year. this morning, firefighters are gaining an upper hand. east of los angeles.
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evacuation orders have been lifted for 200 homes and firefighters say it appears gardening congresswomen -- equipment sparked that fire. >> fire may be something we are starting to think about as temperatures keep rising on us. we'll check in with rosemary who is checking those warm temperatures. >> unseasonally warm and bone dry. our forecast remains dry. outside our doors right now, a cool start, afternoon highs going to soar above yesterday's highs. we'll have a look at those in a moment. first, a beautiful shot at the still water. the winds are light in most cases, where i'm seeing them gust over the hills and off the coastline. let's start with the pacific satellite view. a look above with what's going on. a ridge of high pressure in place, it is parked here for the next few days. also want to point this system out here. by tuesday morning, this is
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going to be off the coast of california. that could help to bring a bit of a cooling trend. looks like tuesday, maybe very subtle. looks like by wednesday we'll get a better drop in those afternoon highs if it's going to be a little too warm for you. we are going to be well above average. anywhere from 3 to 6 degrees above what we felt yesterday. monday on track to be the warmest day where some of our hotter spots may hit 90 degrees. right now, a cool start in napa. 44 for santa rosa. we're looking at 52 in san francisco. upper 40s, low 50s for the east bay. 49 concord. 49 in livermore. in san jose, 49 for you. mountain view checking in with 52. one last stop, antioch. 62 degrees already and climbing. forecasted highs for the afternoon is going to be a warm one. in napa, 85 for you. 86 santa rosa. these numbers 10 to 15 degrees above the seasonal average. closer to the coast and around the bay, 5 to 10 degrees above
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the seasonal norm for your afternoon. 81 in san rafael. upper 80s, fairfield, antioch, and brentwood. down into livermore, 88 expected in livermore. 86 in san jose. low 80s in santa cruz. a beautiful day to be up at the board walk. bring the sun block. sun is shining already over santa cruz. with patches of fog reported. the extended forecast, warm and getting warmer. monday going to top out right about that 90-degree mark as i mentioned. as we get into tuesday, going to shave off a few degrees as we explained about the pacific satellite shot that we took earlier and the bigger drop, temperatures continuing to fall. thursday, upper 70s in the forecast for the warmer spots. meanwhile, overnight lows don't budge a whole lot will remain in the 40s. if you are going to be out and about, i'll have a peek at your lunchtime numbers coming up. let's talk baseball. last night, san francisco
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giants pitcher, tim lincecum had one of his best starts. he shut out the padres. he allowed four hits and struck out eight batters and the giants won 2-0. thanks to a pablo home run. and there it goes. but on the wrong side of the shutout. they lost the tampa rays. the only run came from a solo home run. >> the iconic voice of nfl announcer is being remembered. yesterday, a memorial service was held in plano, texas. former quarterback was among the crowd of 1600 who came out to pay their respects. sommer all's announcing partner talked about their time together and the important place someral held in professional football. >> there were voices before pat someral's and voices after. but he is a voice of the nfl. >> someral died tuesday at the age of 82. he leaves behind a wife, three
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homeowners in mansfield, georgia, are cleaning up a big mess after a tornado touched down. the twister left a path of damage about 7.5 miles long in the town. toppling trees. >> communities have come out and helped everybody. an outpouring of love. >> no one was hurt after she was trapped. and hundreds of cars still unclaimed after superstorm sandy will be auctioned off. officials say the cars are flood damaged, but may be salvageable. most of the proceeds will go to the city. more than 3300 cars have been towed following the late october storm, which swamped lower manhattan and devastated the rock aways in queens. >> an endangered penguin is making her debut. check her out, because yesterday, zoo keepers introduced her. she is an african penguin, a species that is in danger of extinction.
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boost numbers in the population, meredith hatched in january. now that the ski season in tahoe is coming to a close, the u.s. forest is gearing up for recreation. hiking trails will begin opening next month. the forest service needs to hire crews to staff them and clean up from the winter months. some recreation area opening's could be delayed because of copper thefts. return to the bay area after a three month deployment in the eastern pacific ocean. it will return to the home port after a 91 day -- for counter drug operations. in january, law enforcement crews on the cutter sees more than 2400 pounds of marijuana from a boat 300 miles west of san diego. three suspects were also arrested. school week kicked off tomorrow in san francisco. dozens of schools -- that means thousands of students and
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volunteers will. people in new york are breaking out their bikes with a blessing. >> yesterday, the 15th annual bike blessing was held in the church in new york city. it was said for the safety of the bicyclist, they were sprinkled with holy water. that included praise for the people who did something good for the earth. it was also a moment of silence for bicyclist lost during the past year. >> twitter accounts for two national cbs programs have been suspended. i want to show you the message on the twitter account for 60 minutes. the account for 48 hours says the same thing. both accounts were compromised last night. tweets were sent out from the 60 minutes account, which claimed the u.s. government was hiding the real culprit. cbs says it is investigating. the girl scouts are going high-tech with a new patch being given for a video game
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design. the girl scouts says this patch is to encourage girls. the boy scouts unveiled a similar badge last month. a disney contractor has been fined more than $60,000 after a worker was injured after cleaning a ride last november. the worker fell from the space mountain ride and broke several bones. state health officials says his employer violated. disney is facing a state fine for $235,000 because of that incident. a federal judge ruled a same-sex immigrant can challenge the act. the file can proceed as a class action case. she was eligible for a green card, but couldn't get a waiver needed for residency because the u.s. government doesn't recognize same-sex marriage. gay right supporters say they hope the decision will lead the government to reconsider visa
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applications by same-sex couples. a minnesota hospital says the remains of two stillborn babies may have been mistakenly taken to a service. officials say it apierce hospital workers mistakenly sent littens to the laundry, not realizing what they contain. it's the second time in recent days the mistake has been made. close to 2500 births every year. close to two dozen infants are delivered stillborn. today, furloughs are set to go into effect for air traffic controllers which could cause some airport delays. a result of the sequester. the airline industry says there could be cancellations and delays of up to two hours at some airports. air traffic controllers will be furloughed one day every other week. a pilot's union filed lawsuits to stop those furloughs. expected to respond later this week. if you're flying out of sfo, you better be prepared for possible delays. for continuing runway
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improvement work. it will remain shut down until 8:00 tomorrow morning. that is expected to slow arrivals and departures. a nevada man escaped without injury after crashing his plane into a vineyard. 67-year-old patrick bell landed his plane upside down in a bennett valley vineyard yesterday morning. the mechanical difficulties forced him to make the emergency landing. he was the only person on board. and people who live in emeryville will be able to pick up expired prescription drugs. hold a drug takeback bay. the prescription drugs with no questions asked. received $153. it was held back in 2001. you know, boston strong applies here in the bay area. helping the martinez boy who was injured. >> and a terrifying moment for fans at this race when part of a car flew into the crowd. what caused it and why it could
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have been worse. >> a warmer day is on the horizon. coming up, what you can ex% expect for your sunday and some of us may hit 90 degrees.
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moments. there were some scary moments yesterday. >> look at where that top landed. fans escaped. see that go. serious injury when the body of that car blew off near the finish line and into the stands. officials say it happened when the engine to that car exploded. two fans did have to be evaluated at the track as a precaution. several nascar drivers plan to show their support for the city of boston today when they hit the track at kansas speedway. racing plans to have its team carry this be strong decal.
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the team's co-owner pledged to donate $100. also plans to carry this decal to honor the victims. the only nascar driver or owner to have run the boston marathon and he did that back in the year 2000. the boston bombing has also hit the nascar community hard after news that the m.i.t. officer who was shot and killed is the brother of hendrik motor sports machinist, andrew collier. you can watch the race. we will end our newscast at 9:30 to bring you full nascar coverage. the community is coming together to raise money for an 11-year-old boy wounded in the boston bombings. a professional photographer organized yesterday's event near martinez. several photographers donated their services to help raise money for the family. >> you know, you don't want any family going through what they are going through. it was an easy way to contribute. >> the fundraiser brought in
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about $3200. hern could be released from the hospital at the end of this month. tomorrow the north bay plans to run to honor victims of the boston marathon. the event begins at 6:45 tomorrow night and at ross common park. participants are encouraged to run blue and yellow clothing. the official colors of the boston marathon. afterward, runners can share stories and describe the emotional toll of this past week's events. turn to over news, san francisco zoo is celebrating earth day. zoo keepers will be giving talks on conservations and visitors can learn about urban beehives and growing organic fruits and vegetables. families can take part in an earth day bike ride. >> you want to break out the sunscreen no matter where you go this weekend. >> absolutely. rosemary, we were talking about runners. there's a lot of runs scheduled in april where people are shocked by how warm it is. >> you're right, and it's
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warming up rapidly. we are looking at 60s in some cases nearing 70 degrees or so. and mid 70s by your lunch hour. here's a breakdown. a time line of your sunday. some in the north bay as well this morning. that's where we are finding chillier spots. low to mid 40s reported in santa rosa, petaluma. most areas in the mid 40s to mid 50s and some spots like antioch already in the low 60s. mostly sunny skies for the afternoon. light winds and an afternoon seabreeze. it will be weak. it's not going to penetrate into the bay. we will have those warm numbers. warmer than yesterday by a few degrees in most areas. 81 san rafael. 86 for santa rosa. in and around the bay, a nice day, upper 70s to low 80s. redwood city, hayward. a nice beach day. upper 60s to 70s. santa cruz going to be into the
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upper 70s and low 80s. a nice warm one there. 88 for liver more. 87 in antioch with plenty of sunshine. the extended forecast tomorrow is going to be the hottest day. a slight drop wednesday into thursday. morning temperatures will begin to turn around. we'll have a widespread view of those numbers coming up. thanks, rosemary. gunfire outside of a san jose nightclub. why it's amazing no one was hurt. how runners across the world are honoring victims of the boston marathon bombing.
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a holdup ends with gunfire as one of the victims is shot. plus, the latest on the 19- year-old boston bombing suspect. his condition at the hospital this morning and what is preventing him from talking to authorities. >> and the playoff battle for the golden state warriors just got tougher. we have highlights. what the team needs to do to keep their playoff hopes alive. complete bay area news coverage continues. this is ktvu mornings on 2. good morning, welcome to mornings on 2. it is sunday, april 21, i'm claudine wong.
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rosemary is telling us how high those temperatures could go. >> many of us will be cranking up the ac, especially if you are driving around town. inland areas going to be well above average for this time of year. we are mostly clear. a few patches of fog along the coast and just inside the north bay this morning, a cool start. widespread 40s to mid 50s. a few areas beginning to see a jump into the 60s. i'll have those numbers coming up. we will have an additional warming trend for tomorrow and into monday, which looks to be the hottest day. i'll lay out these numbers for you coming up. >> new this morning, a man has been rushed to the hospital after being shot during an attempted robbery in oakland. it happened around 10:00 last night in oakland's rock ridge neighborhood and alex savage is there for us. alex, this victim and his wife were walking home from dinner? >> well, yeah, that's what we understand from police, potentially coming back from college avenue is what we
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understand. this is a neighborhood where people do a lot of walking. that's why last night's shooting was unnerving. we understand that the shooting and the attempted robbery happened right here on this block. the 5300 block of just a block off of busy college avenue where a lot of people go to restaurants and other stores and shopping areas that are up that way. everything happened about 9:30 last night. this was a robbery attempt that turned violence. when one of the victims was shot. oakland police say that someone tried to rob this man and woman at gunpoint and for whatever reason, that armed robber then opened fire on the man hitting him in the left shoulder. he was rushed to the hospital, but is expected to survive according to police, he is in stable condition this morning. now one man who lives here in the rock ridge area and lived here for a long time tells me that this crime is a good reminder that you have to be aware when you are out and about. >> you were saying there was a shooting last night will make
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us that much more aware. people go to the restaurants and enjoy the restaurants and this might cause some difficulty as far as the restaurants being populated in the evening time. >> police say the shooter in this case ran off and didn't end up stealing anything from the man and woman. now so far, oakland police have not released a description on the shooter. they are looking for. i have reached out to the department and we are hoping to get more details as we move throughout the morning. coming up, you'll hear from the director of a neighborhood association here in the rock ridge area that focuses on crime prestenoscription. for now, we're live in oakland, alex savage. in more overnight news, we want to turn to violence in the south bay. police say someone opened fire on a car in the parking lot of the fiesta nightclub and restaurant on monterey highway in san jose. officers say there may have been an argument inside that establishment. then spilled outside.
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police say the gunman drove up and fired several rounds into the victim's car. the driver side doors of the suv, as you can see, were riddled with bullet holes. police say there were five people inside that vehicle and no one was injured. they were able to call for help. there have been no arrests at this time. another overnight shooting in san jose. this one happened early this morning near stowe avenue. police have not released information on the circumstances of the shooting and the man's condition isn't known. now to our continuing coverage of the boston marathon bombings. investigators are anxious to talk to the 19-year-old suspect, but they will have to wait. this morning accused killer, dzhozhar tsarnaev, remains in the hospital in serious, but stable condition. he is heavily sedated with a tube down his throat and unable to speak. when he's able to talk and be interrogated, his uncle hopes he will come clean. >> i am relieved he is alive,
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first of all, now there's a chance to find out who was behind it. who were mentors of all of it? and how possibly could he get involved? >> cnn reports tsarnaev will face federal terrorism charges and may also face state murder charges as soon as today, some lawmakers want him declared an enemy come baa combative. it's time to look forward. >> as a boston and commonwealth community, are going to rebound and rebuild. >> investigators are still looking into the background of the older brother, tamerlan tsarnaev and his possible links to militant islamists, and whether the brothers received operational plans from a militant plan in the chechnya area. president obama is
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receiving constant updates on the boston bombing case and potential terrorist links. the white house released a picture of the president getting briefed by the national security adviser. yesterday, the president met in the white house situation room for 90 minutes with security officials, including the attorney general and fbi director. joe biden joined in by video conferencing. people living in bethlehem honored victims of the boston marathon during the first marathon. the race coincided with the london marathon. many of the runners wore t- shirts honoring the victims. this man wore a shirt showing the face of the youngest victim, martin richard, he was only eight years old. we'll have more on the london marathon coming up at 8:30. the community comes together to help pay for the medical costs of an 11-year-old wounded in the boston bombings. how much a weekend fundraiser brought in and the latest on aaron hern's condition.
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for more on the boston bombings, you can go to our website. all right. now we are turning now to information this morning on a project to expand a seek temple. that is set to break ground in a few hours. crew wills be building a new community center and museum. that project was approved back in 2009 and several bay area lawmakers are planning to attend today's ground breaking. astronaut, mark kelly is expected to speak today in san francisco. kelly is the former commander of the space shuttle endeavor's mission. gabrielle giffords was injured in tucson. the convention of the american association of community colleges is being held at san francisco's mosconi center. an east bay movie theater will play its last movie tonight. it opened in 1967, developers plan to replace it with a sporting goods store. a hearing is set next month to appeal the demolition, but they
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have gotten a permit to tear it down. depending on where you live, a movie theater may not be a bad idea today. >> rosemary telling us how hot it's going to get. today may not be the big issue? tomorrow and tuesday? >> tomorrow is going to be outright hot in some areas. when i lived in the sacramento valley, let's head to the movies because the ac is going to be blowing. we have temperatures off to a cool start this morning. slightly cool r than where we started yesterday morning. by the afternoon, that sunshine is going to help drive those temperatures. ridge of high pressure remaining in place and strengthening with again, tomorrow being the toastiest. we've got temperatures sitting right about 52 degrees in santa rosa. 51 in napa. beginning to see a turn around already. napa almost 10 degrees warmer than we were in the last hour. napa started out in the low 40s. 55 san francisco.
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56 sfo. half-moon bay, 51 degrees. mostly sunny skies. and inside the north bay, 54 in concord right now. 52 walnut creek. already in the 60s. fairfield and antioch. let's head east. we went to the peninsula. this time we will go inland. 51 in the valley. but the warmer area of pittsburgh, brentwood, fairfield, already in the 60s. mostly sunny skies. we'll be anywhere from 3 to 6 degrees warmer than yesterday. ridge of high pressure, again strengthening. we have that northerly flow. really help aid in that warming, especially over some of our north bay locations, like santa rosa and napa. this is the lunchtime outlook for you. widespread, low 70s around the bay. i'm thinking upper 70s for our inland areas. by the second half of the day, upper 80s and we'll easily see an 8 to 10-degree jump between noon and the hottest time of the day.
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83 in nevada. low 80s for san rafael. around the bay area on the east side, we have 79 in oakland. 79 for hayward, get up over the east bay hills and it's a warm one. 86 concorde. this is when you are nice and lucky if you have a swimming pool outside your door. 88 in livermore. maybe head to the beach because santa cruz is going to be warm. pacifica, half-moon bay, upper 60s to low 70s for the afternoon. the extended forecast. there is the peek on monday. 90 degrees expected for some of the hottest spots. we will trend downward. it will be a slight trend tuesday. a slight drop, i should say, wednesday, thursday, a more notable drop. 84 degrees expected wednesday afternoon. upper 70s by thursday. giants are playing again this afternoon. i'll have that forecast for you coming up. >> all right, thanks. how about basketball? the golden state warriors are crossing their fingers. they won't lose one of their
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best players for the playoffs. they lost to the denver nuggets yesterday in a heartbreaker, 97- 95 in the first game of the opening round. tied the game with a big three pointer. andre miller won the game with a last second drive to the basket. >> i fought all the way to the end and one big play by andre miller changed the game. so we feel good about where we are going into game two. >> how about this. david lee went down with a hip injury. he will have an mri today. game two of the series is tuesday night. an avalanche killed five snowboarders in colorado. the conditions on the mountains putting avalanche danger at a 30-year high. >> and going back home for the first time. what residents of that texas town devastated by a massive explosion are saying this morning about what's next. but first, let's take you out for a look in san francisco. things looking just great
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there. but chp just tweeted that if you're headed to the golden gate bridge, watch out for parking lots and delays and road closures because there is a 10k race shutting down the roadways to bikes and areas over there. so something to keep in mind if you are headed out that way. it's 8:11 on the clock. this is mornings on 2.
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good morning, san francisco. waking up with mostly blue skies. 52 degrees and calm conditions. five snowboarders have died
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in what officials are calling colorado's deadliest avalanche in five decades. it happened yesterday afternoon near loveland pass about 50 miles west of denver. authorities say six snowboarders were on the almost 12,000 foot high pass when all of a sudden snow gave way. >> they triggered a slide. at least one of them was able to bail off to the side and partially buried. he was able to get himself out and call for help. >> authorities say the avalanche was about 600 feet wide and 8 feet deep. right now, authorities say the avalanche danger in colorado is at a 30-year high due to a lack of snow. this morning, some people in the town of west texas are being allowed back in their home for the first time since the deadly fertilizer explosion. a curfew is in effect. many are still trying to learn the condition of family and friends hurt in that explosion. >> it's really hectic. we are patient because we know the extent of damage on the other side. and we have friends and family
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that we don't know about over there. >> 14 people died in that fertilizer plant explosion, including 11 emergency responders. 200 more were injured. this weekend, texas is also remembering the deadly raid on the branch compound. 76 people died in the fire following a raid on that compound. waco and west texas are just 20 miles apart. we will have a look at the event that led up to the waco attack tonight after the ktvu 10:00 news. the death toll is climbing this morning from a devastating magnitude 6.6 earthquake in china. the quake has left at least 180 people dead and more than 11,000 injured. aftershocks continue to rock the region. the quake also triggered landslides that cut off roads and disrupted communications. this morning, defense secretary, chuck hag hagel is in israel. hagel arrived a few hours ago.
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it is his first mideast visit as defense secretary. he'll meet with isreali leaders to talk about syria's civil war and iran's nuclear program. preventing iran from getting a nuclear weapon. secretary of state, john kerry, is wrapping up a 24 hour visit to istanbul. improve ties between turkey and israel and push ahead with mideast peace efforts. he announced a new $100 million aid package that will assist the rebel fighters. >> two bay area lawmakers say they are not giving up on gun control after proposed legislation failed in the senate last week. >> i think wednesday in washington, d.c. essentially was a betrayal of the american people with what went down. >> it's the first -- >> representatives eshoo and thompson held a meeting. people on both sides of that debate showed up. thompson's new bill would require more extensive
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background checks. something not everyone at that meeting agreed with. >> here in california, if i want to protect myself, there are so many things in the way for me to be able to protect myself. >> newtown lit a fire under americans. i don't think anyone is going to give up. >> at the meeting, it will be up to john boehner to decide if the issue of gun control will be taken up in the house. prosecutors in the massacre hope to use the defendant's own words against him. the suspect, james holmes, faces 166 counts stemming from last july's mass shooting. 12 people were killed and 70 others injured. prosecutors are building a case against him and they want to use video and audio recordings to establish his state of mind and disprove any insanity claims. he is scheduled to go to trial next february. a same-sex immigrant -- the judge says the lawsuit filed
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last year in a class action case. she was eligible for a green card, but needed for residency because the u.s. government doesn't recognize same-sex marriages. supporters say they hope the decision will lead the government to reconsider visa applications by same-sex couples. more teaching jobs could soon be opening up in snow snohomish county. the school district has more money because of proposition 30. that combination could mean more job openings in the future. yesterday, the university held its first job fair for teachers in more than a decade. more than 100 people attended. more students are graduating in the napa valley unified school district. the class of 2012 had a graduation rate of 87% and a dropout rate of 8.6%. that is an improvement of 6 percentage points from 2010. graduation rates are improving.
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>> for one day, a six-year-old boy in arizona took a break from his constant battle with a life threatening disease to focus on fighting crime instead. dares lee has sickle cell disease, which is a condition that affects red blood cells. said his greatest wish is to be a police officer. so, with the help of the police department, dare darias became an officer for the day. his mother says his experience is aspiring him to keep fighting. >> great story. a grim discovery at the site of the world trade center. what was found this weekend more than a decade after the september 11 attacks. outside our doors, a little cool in some areas, but climbing quickly. i'll have a look at your temperatures coming up.
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more than a decade after the attack on the world trade center on september 11. more possible human remains are being found. yesterday workers found another possible set of remains in the debris. crews started sifting through the debris at the beginning of the month. since then, more than two dozen potential human remains have been found. more than 2700 people died at the world trade center on september 11, 2001. only 1600 people have since been identified. north carolina's governor ordered flags flown at half staff in honor of seven marines who died in a training explosion. a memorial service for the
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marines killed last month in nevada will be held on tuesday. the announcement is a reversal from pat's initial decision not to lower the flags. he originally said there was no precedent for lowering flags for tragic military accidents. this morning, firefighters are gaining the upper hand on a brush fire that broke out in the san gabriel mountains. firefighters say it appears gardening equipment sparked that fire. 175-acres have burned and the fire is 50% contained. fire danger certainly something you might start considering. the temperatures are warm and seem to be going up. >> rosemary is joining us now with a look at how warm it's going to get. good baseball weather. >> yes, it is a great day for a ball game. mostly sunny skies. 72 degrees. the winds will be light, just a very weak sea breeze expected for the second half of the
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afternoon. the rest of us going to see plenty of sunshine as well. 81 in san rafael for the afternoon. upper 70s to low 80s around the bay. 74 in san francisco. 78 san mateo. low 80s redwood city. for the second half, if we head east. 88 in livermore. 87 in antioch. the extended forecast shows the heating trend will continue monday. going to be the warmest day and as the shift mentioned, fire danger, oh, i hate to see it. no rain in sight. we have tuesday, wednesday, and thursday. a dry day. the temperatures will eventually trend downward. it will be just a tad cooler on tuesday, but wednesday, thursday, a bigger drop. 84 degrees expected in the afternoon. 77 on thursday. so if you don't like the heat, at least we have something to look forward to as we get into the second half of the business week. back to you. >> today, target stores are giving away more than a million free reusable bags. filled with $40 worth of
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coupons and about 250,000 of those bags will also have samples of earth friendly products inside. tomorrow, plastic bag ban begins at pacifica. retailers will no longer provide customers with plastic carry out bags. the ban does not apply to restaurant takeout orders. if customers do not use reusable bags, they will be charged 10 cents. after that, the charge could increase to 25 cents. >> if you are headed out of town, get ready for delays. how it could impact your next trip. a man is shot during a violent holdup overnight in the rock ridge area of oakland. we'll tell you how a crime prevention group will be responding to this crime. ♪
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new this morning, runners at the london marathon are remembering victims of the boston bombings. good morning, welcome to mornings on 2. i'm claudine wong. >> and i'm eric rasmussen. runners held a moment of silence this morning for the victims of the boston bombings. many runners wore black ribbons as a tribute throughout the 26- mile race. race organizers are donating $100,000 to one fund boston. that's the relief effort set up by the state of massachusetts. >> very proud the other runners from the united states running here and i think it will be an emotional time for me as well. >> about 40% more police officers than normal patrolled the event. cheered on all the participants. he had no hesitations about coming to the race and called
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the response to the boston bombings remarkable. >> and happening right now, a church service in boston for the victims of the twin bombings. this is a live picture from the cathedral of the holy cross. cardinal sean o'malley is presiding over the service and will speak about the effect the attacks had on his city. attended by president obama and the first lady. high-tech police equipment helped authorities catch a bombing suspect, dzhozhar tsarnaev. massachusetts state police released these infrared images taken by a helicopter. these allowed the officer to see through the tarp that covered the boat where that 19- year-old was hiding friday afternoon. officers fired warning shots to see if there was any movement. because fears of explosives, a special police vehicle with a long clamp went in and removed that tarp. now police eventually fired a flash bang grenade to stun him. here are photos of him walking off the boat.
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he was bleeding with gun shot wounds to the leg and neck and cbs is now reporting that investigators are trying to figure out if that neck wound was actually an attempt to commit suicide. the uncle of the suspect says the older brother, tamerlan, likely convinced his younger brother, dzhokhar to take part. the uncle believes the older brother was radicalized, including an islamic leader. >> we learned a martinez boy could come home around the end of the month. as 11-year-old recovers in a boston hospital, ktvu's katie has more on what people here at home is doing to help in his recovery. >> hern is being treated for a leg injury. he was cheering for his mother along the sidelines and it's that same love of family that inspired a fundraiser for his recovery efforts. >> we watched their kids grow up. they've watched our kids grow up. their daughter is always playing at our house with my daughters. you know, they are like family. >> nicole is a professional
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photographer who lives next door to aaron hern. she wanted to use her talents to help the family. yesterday, along with other photographers, she offered photo sessions. >> you don't want any family to go through what their family is going through. so this is a way we can contribute and it was an easy way to contribute. >> while the group kept busy yesterday with photo session. aaron hern and his family remained in boston where he is being treated for leg injuries. he is expected to make a full recovery and friends hope it's a speedy one. >> just really overjoyed and happy for him that he has been able to meet michelle obama and you know, wonderful opportunities are coming his way and hopefully that will make up for some of the stressors that he has been under. >> that fundraiser brought in about $3200. live in the studio, ktvu channel 2 news. family and friends
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remembered an m.i.t. police officer killed after the boston marathon bombings. hundreds of people, including law enforcement officers turned out for last night's vigil in sean collier's hometown in massachusetts. he was shot thursday night as the bombing suspects tried to avoid capture. he was just 26 years old. new photo surfaced of two of the victims. this picture was taken in 2010. officer collier is on the right. he was posing with transit police officer, richard donahue. donahue suffered injuries after getting shot on friday. ♪ at the twilights last gleaming ♪ >> emotions were on high as the boston red sox took the field for their first home game since the bombing. first responders took part in a special pregame ceremony to remember the victims and heros
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of the weeks event. the team wore their white home jerseys with the world, boston, on the front instead of the red sox. the shirts will be auctioned off to help raise money to support victims of the bombings. >> for more information on the boston marathon bombings, you can go to our website where we have a special section with more details and information. go to ktvu.com for our continuing coverage online. many unanswered questions remain about whether the boston bombings s were part of a larger conspiracy. they arrested two in new bedford and where dzhozhar tsarnaev once lived. >> i am more speechless than anything. home land security contained two people. they were later questioned and released. new this morning, police are searching for a suspect who opened fire during a robbery
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attempt. ktvu channel 2 reporter is live with what police are saying about that shooting in that normally quiet neighborhood. alex. >> well, good morning. a few minutes ago, i talked with the head of a crime prevention group and this violent heldup should be a reminder to people that rock ridge is not immuned from crime. the shooting happened on the block where we are standing this morning. this is the 5300 of manilla avenue. a lot of people walk over to restaurants and stores. it was last night at about 9:30 when oakland police say a man and woman were held up on gunpoint. for some reason, that armed robber opened fire on the man, hitting him in the left shoulder. that victim was rushed to hospital, but he is in stable condition and will survive. i talked a short time ago with the head of the neighborhood crime prevention council. he tells me this is the first shooting he could remember in this area in the last ten years
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or so. he hopes people will learn from what happened. >> we just wanted to educate people to not be victims, be aware of your surroundings. don't be on a cell phone. just be aware of your surroundings, because crime can happen anywhere. else in a beautiful neighborhood like rock ridge. >> so far this morning, oakland police haven't put out a description of the person they are searching for in connection with this heldup and shooting. police do say the shooter took off and didn't end up stealing anything from the man and woman. i've reached out to a department spokeswoman looking for more details. so far, i have not yet heard back. this is according to everyone here, a very safe neighborhood. it's a neighborhood where people really enjoy walking everywhere. both day and night and a lot of the people i talked to are saying they will be more aware after hearing about the shooting, but they say this cre will not keep them at home. we're live this morning in
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oakland, alex savage, ktvu channel 2 news. the shooting in san francisco that we first told you about. san francisco police tell ktvu they were responding to calls of a shooting on middle point road when they saw a car driving erratically just after 6:30 this morning. officers pulled over that car and saw one of the passengers had a gun shot wound to the upper body. so far, no word on the victim's condition or what led up to the shooting. a coast guard is expected to return after a three month deployment to the eastern pacific ocean. the cutter will return after a 91 day deployment for counter drug operations off the coast of california. in january, law enforcement crews on the cutter seized more than 2100 pounds of marijuana. three suspects were arrested. today, furloughs are set to go into effect for air traffic controllers, which could cause airport delays. the furloughs are a result of the sequester. the airline industry says there could be cancellations and delays of up to two hours after
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some airports. airplane traffic controllers will be furloughed one day every other week. a pilot's union filed a lawsuit to stop those furloughs. the court is expected to respond later this week. so if you are flying out of sfo, be prepared for possible delays. one of the main runways is closed and it closed at 10:00 friday night for continuing work and it's not going to open until 8:00 tomorrow morning. so that is likely to slow arrivals and departures. >> if you are heading out of town, you are probably going back east or the midwest where they had an extended winter. >> it is some of the best. except for that whole no rain thing. it looks like we are dry and hot. it's really hard to gripe about the weather we are experiencing, but we sure could use some rain. i don't see any in the extended forecast, unfortunately. outside our doors right now, if you have plans to be outdoors, it's a great day. a bit of a cool start earlier this morning, but those temperatures already rebounding.
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giving you a live look from ktvu. a bit of fog. just a few patches of marine layer. very shallow this morning and patchy at best. good to moderate air quality in the forecast for your afternoon. 52 degrees right now in santa rosa. want to head to the north bay first because started out in the 40s this morning. low to mid 40s around 7:00. it's now 8:38. wow, what a jump for you. 54 in concord. low 60s in fairfield, antioch, liver more, 53 around the bay area. widespread 50s. 57 in oakland. one last stop along the peninsula. 53 menlo park. 57 palo alto. low 50s and belmont, you're checking in around 59 degrees. before today, a northerly flow remains locked in place. a ridge of high pressure strengthening over our area. it's nice to see that cloud formation there. easy to picture the ridge, also want to point you to a thousand miles off the south coast because this could actually lead to a bit of a cooldown and it looks like it may come in
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time for wednesday. tuesday, maybe a slight dip. we may notice it along the coastline. it's going to be wednesday when we all begin to feel a cooler weather pattern. that coming in a few days. for today and into sunday, hot and even hotter for some of those inland areas. if you have a seat, you're likely to turn it on. if you're in areas of santa rosa, samona. napa, all in the mid to upper 80s. closer to the water, 81. a beautiful day for you. 79 in oakland. upper 80s for the inland east bay. 86 concord. 88 in liver more. 88 in brentwood. alameda, down into the south bay, how about 86 for you san jose? 85 85saratoga.
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and you're checking in at 75 for the second half. the extended forecast to the warming trend will continue. the hottest day on monday. doesn't look like we're going to break any records, but boy we'll get awfully close in some areas. again, a bit of a cooldown on tuesday, a bigger drop and a downward trend wednesday into thursday. low 80s by wednesday. upper 70s in the forecast for thursday afternoon. i'll have an update and a look at your lunchtime numbers coming up. >> thanks. san francisco pitcher had one of his best starts in recent memory. he has been struggling. he shut out the padres for 6 2/3 innings. he struck out eight batters and the giants won 2-0, thanks to a pablo home run right there. the a's were on the wrong side of a shutout. they lost to the tampa bay rays 1-0. the only run came right there from a matt joyce, solo home run. forced to leave their homes, we'll have the latest on
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flooding in the midwest and the work emergency crews had ahead of them in their recovery efforts. but first, here's a live look outside. traffic on the bay bridge. not much to speak of. moving smoothly. but a head's up over on the golden gate side. a tweet to expect delays on the golden gate bridge. there's a 10k race. there's some road closures and they are shutting down walkways. something to be on the lookout for. it's 8:41 here. mornings on 2. enough about the book, i want to hear about your date. well, he showed up in a van. [ women ] oh-awww. [ voices in background ] [ female announcer ] swapportunity. the opportunity to swap a higher calorie snack for a delicious 90 calorie yoplait light. ♪ sorry... about your date, the details of your date. [ female announcer ] just one swap a day helps keep the calories away.
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welcome back. a sweeping view over the bay area this morning. a few patches of fog to start the day. mostly sunny skies. and a warming trend for your afternoon. this morning, torrential rain caused dozens of rivers to over flow their banks in six midwestern states. flood waters have forced hundreds of people to evacuate and close countless roads. rising rivers have shut down barge traffic and most of an upper mississippi river and closed two mississippi river bridges. homeowners in mansfield, georgia, are cleaning up a big mess after a tornado touched down there. the twister left a path of damage, about 7.5 miles long in the town ripping off roofs and
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toppling trees. >> communities come out and help everybody. it's been an outpouring of love. >> one woman was hurt after she was trapped in a mobile home during that storm. hundreds of cars still unclaimed after superstorm sandy will be auctioned off in new york. officials say the cars are flood damaged, but may be salvageable. most of the proceeds will go to the city. more than 3300 cars were towed in the days following the late october storm, which swamped lower manhattan. happening now, a church service for the victims in the boston marathon bombings. several minutes ago, we showed you live picture of the service at boston's cathedral of the holy cross. there it is now. let's take a listen.
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>> the proceedings just getting started there in boston for that service. paying tribute to the victims of last monday's bombing. the service was held, is being held at the cathedral of the holy cross. a memorial service was held last thursday morning. it included president obama and the first lady. this morning, police are searching for two people who opened fire at a marijuana festival in denver. terrible video, as you see people running. three people were hurt, but expected to survive. chaos erupted at tens and thousands of people ran from the denver park where the festival was being held. as many as 80,000 people were expected at that event marking the day 4/20 and the passage of laws legalizing laws in washington state. >> there was a lot of people running. lots of people had different
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ideas of what was happening. some people yelling gun shots. >> police are asking festival goers for their pictures and video as they search for the person responsible. they do not have a motive for that shooting. closer to home, there's one less law enfor me to say agency paroling oakland streets. oakland sheriff deputies stopped assisting last night. the relationship between the county and city soured after a deputy was shot in the foot while making a traffic stop last month in oakland. the two sides disagreed over who should pay future compensation cases. >> it's a risky job, and they need to be medically covered for events just like this. >> the deputies targeted high crime areas helping police handle drunk driving, traffic stops, and prostitution. oakland says the chp will help those with those paroles. asking for the public's opinion on driverless cars. google has been testing the cars for several years and at some point, those cars are
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expected to become available to the public. the dmv is trying to decide how best to regulate them. the new cars raise new questions for the dmv, like who is at fault if a driverless car gets into an accident? the ac transit board will consider holding off on a fare increase that was supposed to take effect this summer. fares were expected to go up to $2.25, but a fare increase could result in a drop in ridership. after a year of construction, the new river bike trail in san jose is ready for bike riders. the 6.7-mile trail officially opened yesterday. as you see, it runs from virginia street in san jose out to alviso. the $3 million project was paid for with federal funds from a 2005 transportation bill. a head's up for drivers. bike to school week kicks off tomorrow. dozens of schools are taking part in that event. that means thousands of students and parent volunteers will be sharing the roads with
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drivers. bike to workday is may 9. now that the ski system in tahoe is coming to a close. the u.s. forest service is gearing up for recreation. campground beaches and hiking trails will start opening next month. but before those sites can open, they need to hire crews and staff them and clean up from winter months. some recreation openings can be delayed until june, however, because of copper theft. a disney contractor has been fined more than $60,000 after a worker was injured while cleaning a ride last november. the 37-year-old worker fell from the space mountain ride and broke several bones. state health officials say his employer violated several safety rules. disney is facing a state fine of $235,000 because of that incident. the girl scouts going high- tech with a new patch being given for video game design. the girl scouts say the patch is designed to encourage girls to pursue careers and technology in game design. boy scouts unveil a similar merit badge last month.
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the san francisco zoo is celebrating earth day. zoo keepers are going to be giving talks on conservation. let's show you video we have. there we go. visitors can learn about our beehives, creating work with recycled materials and growing organic fruits and vegetables. families can take part in an earth day bike ride or bird watching walk. always fun. some incredible video. they were some terrifying moments. what caused this car to break apart. why that crash could have been worse. around the bay area, mostly sunny skies and afternoon highs will soar well above the seasonal average. i'll have what you can expect for your neighborhood coming up.
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we have another top coming off. >> take a look at your screen. there were scary moments for fans at the drag races in north carolina yesterday. fans escaped serious injuries somehow when the body of the car driven by robert blew off near the finish line and right into the stands as you see there. officials say it happened when the engine to the car exploded. two fans were evaluated at the track as a precaution. several nascar drivers plan to show their support for the city of boston today when they hit the track. fenway racing plans to have its team carry be strong decal.
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boston red sox, co-owner also has pledged to donate $100,000 for every lap the team leads during this morning's race. plans to carry this decal to honor victims. the only nascar driver or owner to have run the boston marathon. he did it back in the year 2000. the boston bombings have also hit the nascar community hard after news that the m.i.t. officer who was shot and killed is the brother of hendrik motor sports machinist, andrew collier. you can watch this morning's race, we will be ending our newscast at 9:30 to bring you nascar coverage. north vallejo are going to resume tomorrow after being suspended because of a shooting incident last week. parents and little league officials made that decision to resume games yesterday. the incident happened on wednesday during a tee ball game for five and six-year- olds. the parent of a player got into an argument and shots were fired in the parking lot. luckily, no one was hurt.
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according to the harold, the family involved in that shooting has withdrawn om the league. little league is supposed to be fun. >> that is a fog-free coast and we are talking about the beach. rose marry agree, disagree? >> disagree with bill martin. it's going to be a great day. mile of warm weather along the coastline. near 70 degrees in pacifica today. headed south and monterey bay area. santa cruz expected to hit 81. up and down the coast. getting outdoors this morning, we were also a cool start, we are beginning to see that nice turn around, antioch, fairfield, around the bay area, just along the coast, and by the lunch hour, widespread 70s. even upper 70s.
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santa rosa, antioch, well into the upper 80s for the second half of the day. by noontime, you'll be in the 70s. this is what we are looking for in the afternoon around the bay. 79 in oakland. 74 san francisco. along the peninsula, a nice warm one. redwood city, 81 for you mountain view. 86 in the santa clara. santa rosa, a nice warm day. extended forecast, we will become a little hotter on monday. monday is going to be the hottest day. a slight dip in the temperatures by tuesday. a bigger downward trend wednesday into thursday becoming more comfortable for the folks that don't like it hot. upper 70s in the forecast for some warmer spots. unfortunately, you can see for yourself, no rain in the extended forecast. back to you. >> former voice of the san francisco giants is in trouble with the law. nbc broadcaster, al michaels, was arrested in southern california friday night on suspicion of drunk driving. he was released the next
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morning. michael seen here accepting a star on the walk of fame, known for some of the most famous calls in sports history. he had the first words, do you believe in miracles, or the u.s. hockey team in the 1980 winter olympics. he also broadcasted the world series between the giants and the a's when the earthquake hit. we continue to follow the latest developments on the 19- year-old boston bombing suspect. more on his condition and what is preventing him from talking to authorities right now. plus, justice for last year's movie theater shooting victim. what strategies they may use to keep him from claiming insanity.
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people here in the rock ridge area of oakland shaken this morning after a violent holdup late last night. we'll tell you how the man being robbed ended up being shot. and the london marathon honors the victims of the bon bombings. complete bay area news coverage continues. this is ktvu mornings on 2. >> good morning and welcome to mornings on 2. it is sunday, april 21. >> i'm eric rasmussen. a look at how warm it will get today and i actually really like it warm. so no complaints here. >> then you are in luck.
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because we have additional warming expected for the second half of your afternoon. this morning, mostly clear within a few degrees of where we started yesterday. some of us a tad cooler. it's hard to find at this point. the ridge of high pressure responsible for our warming trend. also compressing that marine layer is shallow and it's not going to last for long. 3 to 6 degrees of warming i'm expecting and the hottest day still to come. i'll show you that in the extended forecast. new this morning, a man is recovering that is being shot during a robbery attempt in oakland's rock ridge neighborhood. alex savage is live to explain how people live in that area are reacting to the shooting and this is a block from college avenue, which is a really busy area, right alex? >> it's a busy area. an area where a will the of people do walking. you know a lot of neighbors out here are telling me that they are surprised by what happened.
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at the same time, crime is not unheard of in the rock ridge area. in fact, some people feel this area tends to be a target. this shooting happened last night along this portion of the sidewalk, where on the 5300 block of manilla avenue. just off of college avenue where you have a lot of restaurants and stores. last night, oakland police say a man and woman who were walking along the street were held up and for whatever reason, the armed robber opened fire. that victim was rushed to the hospital and this morning, police are telling us he is in stable condition. police say the shooter took off running and didn't end up stealing anything from the pair. it is an unsettled crime that neighbors say will make them more aware. >> it's a nice neighborhood and even though it's a nice neighborhood, you have to be careful. there's always that thing out there and walking to work early, i always watch out. it happens every once in a while around here.
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it's upsetting, but it happens. you have to be careful. >> this far, oakland police haven't put out a description. i reached out to a department spokeswoman looking for more details on what happened last night and still have not yet heard back. i did talk a short time ago with the head of the rock ridge neighborhood crime prevention council. he tells me that in his memory, this is the first shooting that happened here in the rock ridge area in the last ten years or so. he is hoping people who live around here will learn from what happened and stay more aware. live in oakland, ktvu channel 2 news. >> now to violence in the south bay. overnight news as two different shootings are being investigated. what happen add? police say someone opened fire on a car in the parking lot of the fiesta nightclub and restaurant. there may have been an argument that spilled outside as that club was closing. police say the gunman drove up and fired several rounds into
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the victim's car. you can see along the side of that car. those bullet holes that riddled the side of the suv. police say there were five people inside and no one was injured. the victims were able to drive a short distance away and that's where they called for help. the shooting is under investigation. but we have not been told of any suspects or arrests right now. also new this morning, details on another overnight shooting. a man had to be rushed to the hospital after this happened this morning near stowe avenue. police have not released information on the circumstances of that shooting and the man's condition is not known. continuing coverage of the boston marathon. they will have to wait. this morning accused killer, dzhokhar tsarnaev remains in the hospital in serious, but stable condition. he is heavily sedated with a tube down his throat. but when he is able to talk, his uncle hopes he'll come
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home.. >> there's a chance to find out who was behind it. and how possibly could he be involved? >> cnn reports tsarnaev will face federal terrorism charges and state murder charges. some lawmakers want him declared an enemy combatant. there is surveillance video showing the teen dropping off a backpack and calmly walking away. meanwhile, the governor says it is time to move forward. >> as a boston and commonwealth community, are going to rebound and rebuild. >> investigators are still looking into the background of the older brother, tamerlan tsarnaev and his possible links to militant islamists. authorities are also looking into whether the brothers received operational plans from
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a militant group in the chechnya area. notice the caucus emerets. >> thousands of people are packed into boston's cathedral of the holy cross this morning. cardinal, shaun o'reilly is honoring the victims. he is speaking about the impact the attacks had on the city. the cathedral is the same church where a memorial service was held thursday morning attended by president obama and the first lady. runners are -- with the added security to that event, everything appears to be going smoothly. last week's bombing did weigh heavily on the minds of organizers and runners. katie is live with what people at the marathon are doing. >> reporter: they wore black ribbons, but others saddened by the lass loss of life considered not running today.
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>> i was supposed to come on a tuesday and literally with my car, they are waiting to take me to the airport, and my family coming out. i said i'm not going. i feel so empty from what has happened. so emotionally drained that what's happened to these people and the little boy that has died. >> jack cumming did run today. marathon security was increased by 40% more officers. participants observed a moment of silence and those who were injured in the explosion. for many, running today was not only a personal triumph, but a way to honor others. >> very proud, the other runners from the united states are running here and i think it will be an emotional time for me as well. >> for every runner that crosses the finish line, organizers are donating two british bounds to the one fund
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boston. it will come to $100,000. many runners are raising money on their own. help lighten the mood, prince harry greeted finishers. he was surrounded by a group of young female runners. and the winner of the wheelchair marathon, tatiana dedicated her win to those who died or suffered last week in boston's bombing incident. mcfadden won her event in boston last week. in the studio, ktvu channel 2 news. for more on the boston bombings, you can go to our website where we have a special section with more details and information. go to ktvu.com for our continuing coverage online. tomorrow, the north bay plans to run to honor victims. that gins at 6:45 tomorrow morning. participants in the run are encouraged to run blue and yellow clothing. the official colors of the boston marathon and afterwards,
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runners can share stories and talk about the toll of last week's events. astronaut, mark kelly, is scheduled to speak at a community college convention in san francisco. kelly is the former commander of the space shuttle endeavor's last mission. he also became a gun control advocate after his wife, former arizona representative, gabrielle giffords, was injured in tucson. it is being held at san francisco's mosconi center. sunny and warm weather in store for you today. a live look here from san jose. we have mostly clear skies. a little bit of haze out there. air quality, good to moderate for the day and we will continue this as we move into monday, which looks to be the warmest day. 57 degrees already in antioch. already beginning to see a pretty big turn around in many areas. 62 for walnut creek. 55 nevada. 61 in santa rosa. not the warmest, but a big recovery from the overnight
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hours when we sank to the low 40s. 62 in oakland. 59 sfo. along the peninsula, we have 57 in menlo park. 63 in palo alto. we shift south a little bit. looking at 58saratoga. 58 for you. widespread 50s, even 60s the further inland you go. 56 in pittsburgh. 67 for brentwood. 56 degrees in pleasantton. the ridge of high pressure locked in place for the next few days. that will continue our warmup. a little bit of patchy fog this morning, but burning off quickly. 3 to 6 degrees of warming expected. near 70 degrees. pacifica, half-moon bay, 80s for areas like santa cruz. 86 in santa rosa expected for today. 81 san rafael. looking at 75 in berkeley.
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79 in oakland. if you like it warm, head to areas like fairfield, if you're in antioch, i'm hoping you have a swimming pool. 81 for mountain view. 70 degrees half-moon bay. the extended forecast here showing you what's happening as we get in and back to work on monday. monday again going to be the hottest day where temperatures are going to near 90 degrees for those warmer spots. ridge of high pressure begins to weaken. we have a system off the southern california coastline. could bring a southerly surge back. strengthening, we begin to feel it on wednesday. widespread mid to low 80s in the forecast for the afternoon. and then thursday, the cooler pattern will continue with 70s expected for the second half of the day. in the overnight hours, widespread 40s remaining. we start tomorrow morning very similar to today. slightly warmer on tuesday. all in all, we're looking at a dry forecast between now and
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thursday. back to you. >> golden state warriors are crossing their fingers. they won't lose one of their best players. the warriors lost yesterday. 97-95 in the first game of the opening round. seth currie, three pointer to tie the game, but andre miller goes to the rack. won the game with a last second drive. >> one big play by andre miller changed the game. so i feel good about where we are going into game two. >> if you are a warriors fan, david lee went down with a hip injury. he will have an mri. hope he's okay. 9:12, the end is near in pleasant hill. the final film plays tonight. why there is still hope that theater can be saved. plus, an avalanche killed five snowboarders in colorado. the conditions on the mountains
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putting avalanche danger at a 30 year high. but first, let's take you on outside. it looks hazy. it is warm out there and it's going to get warmer. there is traffic moving just fine, though, across that bridge. it is 9:12. this is mornings on 2. [ birds chirping ]
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row, row, row your boat. a live look there at crew. wow, they are really going this morning. yeah, it's going to be a warm day. find some water if you can. >> five snow boarders have died in what officials are calling colorado's deadliest avalanche in five decades. it happened yesterday afternoon near loveland pass about 50 miles west of denver. authorities say six snowboarders were on the almost 12,000 foot high pass when all of a sudden the snow gave way. >> they triggered a slide. at least one of them was able to bail off to the side and partially buried, but he was able to get himself out and call for help. >> authorities say the avalanche was about 600 feet wide and 8 feet deep. right now, authorities say the avalanche danger in colorado is at a 30 year high due to a lack of snow. some people in the town of west, texas, are being allowed back into their homes for the first time since that deadly fertilizer explosion. a curfew is still in effect and
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there is limited water and electricity. and many are still trying to figure out if their family and friends are okay. >> it's really hectic, but we are patient because we know the extent of damage on the other side. and we got friends and family that we don't know about over there. >> 14 people died in that fertilizer plant explosion, including 11 emergency responders, 200 more were injured. this weekend, texas is also remembering the deadly raid on the branch compound in waco. 76 people died in a fire twenty years ago, following a raid on that compound. waco and west texas are 20 miles apart and we are going to have a look at the event that led up to that waco attack after the ktvu channel 2 news at 10:00. this morning, police are searching for two people who opened fire at a marijuana festival in denver. scary if you're in that crowd. three people were hurt, but are expected to survive.
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chaos erupted as tens of thousands of people ran from the denver park where that festival was being held. as many as 80,000 people were expected at the event marking the date, 420, and the passage of laws legalizing marijuana in colorado and washington state. there was a lot of people running. lots of people had different ideas of what was happening. some people yelling explosions. >> police are asking festival goers for their pictures and video. they do not have a motive for that shooting. prosecutors in the colorado movie theater massacre hope to use the defendant's own words against him. the suspect, james holmes, faces 166 counts stemming from last july's mass shooting. 12 people were killed, 70 others injured. prosecutors are building a death penalty case against him. they want to use jailhouse video and audio recordings to establish his state of mind and disprove any insanity claims. he is scheduled to go to trial next february. the death toll is climbing from a devastating magnitude 6.6 earthquake in china.
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officials say the quake has left at least 180 people dead and more than 11,000 injured. tens of thousands spent the night in tents and cars as aftershocks continued to rock the region. the quake triggered landslides that disrupted communications. this morning, firefighters are gaining the upper hand on a brush fire east of los angeles. evacuation orders have been lifted for 200 homes and it does appear that gardening equipment is to blame for sparking that fire. 175-acres have burned. that fire is now 50% contained. torrential rain caused dozens of rivers to over flow their banks in six midwestern states. flood waters have forced hundreds of people to evacuate and close countless roads. rising rivers have also shut down barge traffic on most of the upper mississippi river and closed two mississippi river bridges. to the south, homeowners in
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mansfield, georgia, are cleaning up a big mess after a tornado touched down. the tornado left a path of damage about 7.5 miles long in the town, ripping off roofs and toppling trees. communities have come out and helped everybody. it's been an outpouring of love. >> one woman was hurt after she was trapped in a mobile home during the storm. >> this morning, defense secretary is in israel for the first stop of his mideast trip. hagel arrived a few hours ago and this is his first mideast trip as defense secretary. he is going to meet with isreali leaders to talk about the civil war and the nuclear program. this morning he sadist reel and the u.s. are both focused on preventing iran from getting a nuclear weapon. furloughs are about to go into effect for air traffic controllers. the airline industry said there could be cancellations and delays up to two hours. air traffic controllers will be furloughed one day every other
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week. a pilot's union filed a lawsuit to stop the furloughs. the court is expected to respond later this week. a coast guard cutter is expected to return after a three month deployment to the eastern pacific ocean. that cutter will return to its home port in alameda after a 181 day deployment. law enforcement crews seized more than 2400 pounds of marijuana from a boat 300 miles west of san diego. three suspects were arrested. a landmark east bay movie theater will play its final film tonight. the theater opened in pleasant hill in 1967. developers are planning to replace it with a sporting goods store. there is still some hope it can be saved and a hearing is set for next month to appeal the demolition. that sporting goods store is expected to open in about ten months. there were terrifying moments this weekend. we'll tell you what caused a
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car to break apart. why it could have been even worse. >> our bay area heatup. when the heat will peek. coming up.
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we have another top coming off. >> really amazing video. look where that top ended up landing. right in that crowd. there it goes again. see it, it's amazing, obviously, so scary. as you can imagine what it's like to be in that crowd in north carolina yesterday. amazingly, fans escaped serious injury when that car, driven by robert, blew off near the finish line and officials say to blame was the car engine that exploded. two fans had to be evalwaited. several nascar drivers plan to show their support when they hit the track. fenway racing plans to have their team carry this be strong decal. the team owner pledged to
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donate $100 for every lap the team leads during this morning's race. the racing plans to carry this decal to honor the victims. the only nascar driver to have run the boston marathon. the boston bombing has also hit the nascar community hard. that's after news that the m.i.t. officer who was shot and killed is the brother of hendrik motor sports machinist, andrew collier. we are going to be ending our newscast in about five minutes because we want to bring you complete nascar coverage. a project to expand the seek temple is set to break ground in just a few hours. crews will be building a new community center, museum, and performing arts center at the temple. the project was approved in 2009. several lawmakers are expected to attend today's ground breaking. target stores will give away more than a million reusable bags. they will be filled with $40 worth of coupons for green
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products and about 250,000 of those bags will also have samples of earth friendly products inside. tomorrow, a plastic bag ban begins in pacifica. under the city's reusable bag ordinance, retailers will no longer provide customers with plastic carry out bags. it does not apply to produce and meat. if customers don't bring reusable bags, they will be charged 10 cents. after that, the charge could increase to 25 cents. last night, tim lincecum had one of his best starts in recent memory. shut out the san diego padres. he allowed four hits and struck out eight batters. a nice change for giants fans. and the giants won 2-0. the a's were on the wrong side of the shutout. they lost to the tampa rays 1- 0. solo home run by matt joyce. all right, it is 9:26 and let's go. rosemary did check out this
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beautiful forecast. it's a great day to be outdoors. sun block, water, remember you need those. if not for you, the little ones. a few patches of fog and that's it. mostly sunny skies elsewhere. temperatures already warming up. widespread 50s around the bay area to upper 60s for some of our inland areas. by noontime, 60s for the coast. 60s to 70s around the bay. upper 70s in areas like livermore and napa, antioch, fairfield. it's a great day for a ball game. at game time, 72 degrees. very calm conditions. just a light breeze. a little to no influence from the cool pacific. that sea breeze nearly nonexistent. it's going to be a nice beach. 74 san francisco. get inland, warming into the 80s. 85 in napa. 86 santa rosa. the extended forecast, boy we could use some rain. it is going to be dry from here through thursday. if you don't like the heat. tomorrow will be the hottest
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day and we begin to see a cooldown. it will be gradual, but by wednesday into thursday, back into the upper 70s to low 80s for the afternoon. >> beach and ballpark good options. >> and that's our report for this morning. thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news. >> be sure to join ktvu for our next newscast at 5:00 and we are always here for you at ktvu.com. we'll leave you with this gorgeous shot of the ballpark. go giants. have a great sunday, everyone. thanks for joining us. enjoy that nascar coverage. [ man ] we have a go for auto sequence start. t-minus 5, 4, 3, 2, 1... ignition. [ male announcer ] launch your internet experience on at&t's newly expanded advanced digital network and connect more wi-fi-enabled devices at home. [ female announcer ] call to get u-verse high speed internet starting at $14.95 a month -- a guaranteed price for 12 months. or ask how to get your choice of a kindle fire hd, sonos play:3
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